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your favorite is, carl. i'm not going to say anything. >> what strikes you, of all the numbers we're looking at today, what's important? >> i would say probably the claims numbers just because they're the most timely and they suggest the labor market's not great, but it's hanging in reasonably okay like 100,000ish type of jobs. but the numbers aren't great. things look very mixed, at best, and it looks like europe definitely hurt capital spending. certainly impacted aircraft. and it's impacting capital spending. so there is -- it's a very skittish, very fragile environment. >> yeah. obviously, the q2 gdp numbers are old, a little dusty here, but they do not show any acceleration which is what we're trying to find clues to in the back half of the of the year. >> i think what happened is europe had a much bigger effect on business sentiment than many people thought. it's been dampening exports and capital spending which is what the durables reflect. as we moved through the summer and stabilized on europe, normally we might get some acceleration. the problem frou is you have the fisc
to press it down, the long says it represents great value. carl, the proof is in the pudding. the stuff ain't selling. i don't care what you put on the dog food, if the dogs won't eat it, it don't matter. >> you have said that before. a number of companies going public this week truly will ring the bell. we'll talk to them after a short break. [ male announcer ] what if you had thermal night-vision goggles, like in a special ops mission? you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep, you'd be targeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform. trade commission-free for 60 days, and we'll throw in up to $600 when you open an account. ♪ >>> take a look at the opening bell there on this 20th day of september. the month of september, if the dow holds these gains, will have been up for seven of the last nine years according to s&p yesterday. it used to be the september swoon, danger zone
york stock exchange. good morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with melissa lee. jim cramer, david faber have the day off. david greenehouse riding shotgun with us this hour. take a look at futures. busy week of data, earnings and some fed speak shaping up here stateside. european stocks meantime retreating from some 15-month highs as the spanish bond auction environment this week ventures out to the long end of the curve. >> the markets, multiyear highs, best two weeks since june. with the fed out of the way, we turn our attention from housing data and earnings from fedex. >> at&t says preorders for the iphone have broken records. will verizon and sprint say the same? meantime, yahoo! has officially ditched the blackberry, promising iphones and samsungs to all new employees. >>> a report saying netflix is lose key content as early as this week while the stock has a dismal $50 price target. >>> and gm reportedly wants treasury to sell their stake, saying government restrictions on pay and perks hurting his ability to recruit talent. but at what price can the
on the stump it is too little too late for the businesses and middle class families. carl cammeron is traveling with camp romney in los angeles this afternoon. carl, the governor made a pitch to latino voters out there today. how did that go? >> well, shep, california is not exactly a state that california has much hope of winning. latino vote is h.i.v.ly tilted toward president obama. mitt romney aggressively and with a fairly cordial reception to latinos today wept after president obama making the point as a candidate then senator obama made all sort of promises to make immigration reform a priority. in romney's assessment of things today before the latino audience the hispanic's chamber of commerce 33rd convention he said those are promises barack obama didn't even keep. watch. >> the president never even offered up a bill. like some issues confronting our nation, when it comes to immigration, politics have been put ahead of people for far too long. >> obama campaign responded saying president obama for the last three 1/2 years fought to get the dream act passed and republic opposition made
morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee along with carl quintanilla, jim cramer and david faber live from the new york stock exchange. let's look at this the comments from the ecb president putting futures on a rollercoaster ride, pointing in the up direction right now. 2 at the open s&p. the nasdaq flat at the open. as for the action in europe disappointing data there but we have mixed markets with gains in germany, italy, as well as spain. our road map kicks off with those comments from mario draghi, futures pledging unlimited sterilized bond buying as the ecb meets tomorrow but the blip is short lived. >> maybe more signs of slowing growth. china nmanufacturing data comes in weak. australia's second quarter gdp misses estimates as well. >> fedex adds fuel to the fire, warning for the august quarter blaming a global manufacturing slowdown. it could be the first quarterly decline for the company in three years. >> mark zuckerberg says he will not sell any facebook stock for at least a year as the social giant sets up what is essentially a $2 billion buy back. >>
day monday this morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm carl quintanilla. matt and savannah have the day off. the kickoff for the presidential race. >> the republicans had their moment last week, now it's the democrats' turn. what do they have panned for their convention in charlotte this week? what message does the president need to deliver to reconnect thursday night? we'll talk about that with a top ranking member of his campaign. >> firefighters are hoping cooler weather will help in their fight against a dangerous wildfire that forced thousands of labor day campers to evacuate. the smoke so thick, it can be seen from los angeles more than 30 miles away. details coming up. >>> live to london where prince harry is scheduled to make his first public appearance since the now infamous party pictures in las vegas showed up online. >>> later outside for the holiday crowd on the plaza for matchbox 20. we love you. >> their first album in 10 years. it's good to see they are back and will be here performing for us. >>> we do want to begin now with the presidential race. chuck todd political w
congressional correspondent, carl cameron is streaming live from boston for us, keeping an eye on everything. carl? >> reporter: (inaudible) >> we will get carl established and check right bab with him. >> reporter: hi there, jamie. >> jamie: good. >> reporter: mr. romney has two events in virginia, he left the event in virginia beach. it's an important battle ground state. in recent weeks-- (inaudibl (inaudible). (inaudible). >> . >> jamie: all right. carl has a great report and we're going to get to him in a couple of minutes. a little bit of satellite issues, you can hear the wind as well. anyway shall as carl mentioned, governor romney is expected to address the military aviation museum in virginia beach and we'll bring you that as it gets underway and the highlights of the campaign trail. >> kelly: the debates are just five weeks away and the g.o.p. nominee paul ryan, well, he's getting in the first full day of prep work this weekend. ryan will convene with aides tomorrow in oregon during his west coast campaign swing and told that ryan will work through topic, answers and counter po
morning and happy fed day. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl with melissa lee, jim cramer, david faber. markets are awaiting the fed's decision on interest rates this afternoon and in the meantime, chewing on wholesale prices jumped the most in three years. 17 in august. gas prices largely to blame. europe, some losses there centered mostly in spain although italian bond yields coming down sharply. road map is morning begins at the fed. will bernanke give the markets qe3 and how long rates will remain low at the feds press conference today. >> some say it's a significant redesign. others say it's a sleeper. whatever you think of the iphone 5, it's keeping apple shares moving higher. >> number of big downgrades this morning. citi cutting ratings on intel. amd says pcs are losing the battle against tablets and smart phones. >> and a very special guest. the ceo of j. crew. of course, we start this morning with the fed. markets looking to open higher ahead of the fed's late es monetary policy meeting. the fed will announce a decision at 12:15 p.m. eastern time. and this is large lly
. "squawk on the street" begins right now. ♪ ♪ uno, dos >> good morning. i'm melissa lee, carl quintanilla live from the new york stock exchange. let's see how we're setting up this wednesday trading session. a fleury of global headlines including the death of the u.s. ambassador to libya in benghazi. day one of the two-day fed meeting starts today so a lot of waiting and seeing here in the u.s. german constitutional court paving the way for the esm. we see stocks hanging in there at 14-month highs in the european continent. our road map today starts with what could be the most critical tech announcement of the year. we're just hours away from the unveil of the iphone 5. will we get news of a new ipad, too? >> mark zuckerberg says the ipo of facebook is disappointing but they will not make a phone and will enter search at some point. is that enough to turn the stock around? >> now the german constitutional court decision is out of the way, we're waiting for the fed. will it deliver on new qe as stocks hang in here at multi-year highs. >> all the news around apple, in four hours apple's ceo
. i'm carl quintanilla here at the new york stock exchange. we're going to observe a moment of silence in a few moments, but first take a look at futures. a lot of news going on, including this headline. just crossed a couple of minutes ago, moody's warning the u.s. rating may get cut in, in fact, the fiscal clip is not resolved. future still hanging in the green here this morning. as for europe, a lot going on there, as well. we'll get into that later. mixed picture with the ftse down 15 points. >> more signs of a slowdown. a warning sending a chill through luxury retailers, particularly in china. a downgrade of coach putting further pressure on the sector. >>> mcdonald's global sales meets expectations. where were the sales strongest? outside the u.s. and europe. >> only one day to go until the iphone 5 release. could the ieconomy help the u.s. economy? >> and facebook ceo mark zuckerberg going to hit the stage for the first time since the ipo at the tech crunch conference this afternoon. could that be a catalyst for the stock? >>> but getting back to the high-end retailers such as c
in carl bernein, contributor to "the daily beast" and lynn sweep, columnist and bureau chief for the chicago sun times. good morning to both oyou. >> gor. youookseollsnd you wonder, carl, if you're running mitt romney's campaign, what do you do now? do you hear that clock ticking? >> i think there's a fundamental problem and that is the republican party. that their polls reflect the fact that the real issue in this campaign h become the bl p iwashington, and that it's a radical party such as we've never seen in a presidential race before, that mitt romney has become a captive of it. as we have seen in the senate races that are shifting more and more towards democrats who are expeed to lose or be mpete,t'sbout t republicans are in washington and really radical message that romney is saddled with and he can't get out of it. the 47% remark is devastating because iteally reflects what so many people in th rlica majority in washington, in the house particularly, believe, that these are free loaders, that these are people that aren't worthy of our consideration really as human bein
and they will never take "responsibility." carl cameron, the campaign dispute as lot of the numbers. >>carl: they do. they point to the fact that real clear politics has five points for an advantage when you average all the polls. the bigger dispute is how most of the public commercial polls are being continue. they argue that the sample, or the personal of democrats in the pool of voters that are surveyed, is artificially inflated. in one poll, it assumes that the democratic registration will be nine percentage points higher than republicans and romney campaign says that is not true and would give a bias result in favor of the president. romney campaign will not show us their data and they suggest they have a very different picture of their analysis and they think it will go down to the wire in highway he and a left of battleground states where public polls suggest romney is behind. >>shepard: why don't they show us the data? you would think that would help their cause, right? >>carl: sure. what they do, they explain to folks like me, they believe the samples are skewed for democrats. when you look
't love me and you don't want to marry me? carl, this is not the time or the place. (sighs) why do you let me do these things?! this will cut together beautifully! hey, have you heard anything from molly? i'm sure everything's fine. we left her with victoria. mrs. flynn, no disrespect, but you know those two sentences don't go together. yeah, even as i said it, i wasn't buying it. vince: listen, since your bride is a no-show, what do you say joyce and i step in? i'm not letting you have my wedding, vince. come on! if i don't marry that crazy broad right away, she's gonna ruin my life! no deal. fine! i'm taking back my popcorn popper. molly...! is it just me or does your car smell like french fries? this vehicle's a hundred percent biodiesel. that's the corn oil you're smelling. corn oil? yeah. one of my customers manages a mcdonald's, and we've worked out kind of a barter system. i keep him in weed, and he keeps me in cooking grease and those tasty little apple pies. victoria: oh, i love those things. do we have time to stop? no! i am a half an hour late for my wedding. does this car go fa
. i think there's a lot of people, carl, who were saying, of course, hey, it is obviously the world is slowing. a lot of people say, look, what they're really doing is saying even in this environment we're going to make far more money than we have in the previous downturns if we get it at $6 in earnings, which is well below what they think they can earn. we'll still pay the dividend. i come back and say the acquisition, which they made and a lot of people were critical of, is working. that the synergies are working. that the costs taken out in regards to manufacturing, look, the world is slowing but it is not a disaster. that's why caterpillar is not at 885. >> do you lump this with the warnings from intel and fedex. it is a global company looking at a slowing global company. >> there isn't anything specifically i saw in the cat release that was saying we are not getting it right. this caterpillar is ready for a downturn unlike any other caterpillar we have had. a lot of times caterpillar had terrific numbers in the presentation about how low earnings have been in the slowdown. the
. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts d have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than lifelock, and lifelock stands behind that with the power of their $1 million service guarantee. you have so much to protect and
'm carl quintanilla with melissa lee, jim cramer and david faber live at the new york stock exchange. what a morning. already, barely 9:00 on the east coast, we've got mario draghi speaking even as we speak. a slew of data regarding the jobs market in this country. take a look at futures. slightly off the highs, still trying to get some clarity on what exactly draghi is spelling out here, but a good start. we'll see if that's true. meantime, arrows in europe at this hour, mostly positive for most of the morning and still are. ftse is up about 30 point. our road map says enter the draghi, mario draghi who says the bank plans outright monetary transactions. still trying to put some meat on that bone. says that uncertainty is heightened as the central bank also cuts its forecast for 2012. how does this affect your portfolio? >> meanwhile, jobs data in this country, adp says private perils up the most since march and challenger says layoffs at a 20-month low. what does it mean for tomorrow's big jobs number? >> four hours from now in santa monica, california, amazon announced what's expected t
ambassador assassin nated. the obama campaign responding it is: >> harris: carl cameron is streaming live from the romney campaign in cleveland. carl? >> hi, harris. something of a broadcast first to be on an airplane live. governor romney got on the plane a short while ago. he will be on the plane soon. he had to delay his rally in ohio today in order to avoid overlapping the arrival of those murdered overseas and all the violence in libya. in so doing today, he steered clear of a lot of the partisan criticism that he has had on the president's foreign policy. back in washington before the event here in ohio, paul ryan, the republic running mate was particularly tough on the president's foreign policy and promised that the romney-ryan administration would be vastly different which prompted a certain amount of response from the white house which you will see in a moment. mr. romney used the event more to remember those who sacrificed their lives for the american cause overseas. watch. >> i would ask that you might each place your hand over your heart in recognition of the blood shed for f
responders and troops. not on launching petty political attacks. carl cameron is live in st. johns county in fellow that where governor romney is holding an event tomorrow. this is a tall order for campaigners. how effective were they in avoiding politics today? >> they gave it a good try. when you're eight weeks exactly from the election and someone like mitt romney who was invited to speak at the national guard by virtue of his canned did city, it's kind of hard to avoid it. much of the way you mentioned in the statement that they had responding to david axelrod's tweet, romney in his remarks in reno, quickly said today was not a day for partisan politics and while under other circumstances he would be talking about the differences between himself and mr. obama, he would refrain as best he could from that today. having said that, speaking to the guardsmen, he was talking about military issues, veterans issues, and things related, and he went on to criticize president obama all be it indirectly, for what romney has complained is the president's willingness to let as much as a trillion do
. >>> carl rove and friends are getting desperate in ohio. >> politicians like sherrod brown. >> we'll ask sherrod brown about his opponent's dark money controversy. >>> and on day two of the chicago teachers strike, the union isn't backing down to the bully. the teachers union president is here for an exclusive interview. >> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. the presidential candidates put their campaigns on hold to mark the somber anniversary of the terrorist attacks. president obama spoke this morning at a pentagon memorial ceremony where one of the hijacked planes crashed 11 years ago today. >> we know that somewhere a son is growing up with his father's eyes and a daughter has her mother's laugh, living reminders that those who died are with us still. >> the president made a detour to arlington national cemetery where casualties of the iraq and afghanistan wars are laid to rest. they were honoring the victims of flight 93 and their families. biden drew upon his experience with the loss of his wife and his infant daughter 30 years ago. >> my hope for you all is that as eve
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huge hispanic voting. you can see the speech on foxnews.com where it is streaming. carl cameron is live in los angeles. what is the message to the latinos? >>carl: the president has not been able to deliver a strong economy for hispanic or any other voters in the united states. mr. romney will make the art his proposals are better and point out that president obama has a candidate promised to make illegal immigration reform a priority. in romney's prepared remarks he will say the obama administration never bothered to come up with a bill. he will argue that the latino community has been hard hit bit obama economy insofar as the unemployment rate is 8.1 percent but among hispanics it is well over 10. this is an attempt by romney to emphasize his economic experience, his ability to create jobs is superior to the president and will help out on the domestic agenda. the romney campaign is trying now to illustrate to reporters and the public that it will make itself available on a host of other issues and be prepared to deal with the news of the day and the cycle and the world, particularly i
where i'm going to get a better picture of carl? i don't know, man. that is so, so -- can you really best that picture? we'll find out on twitter momentarily. >> we'll watch the stock once again today. meantime over at goldman, retiring as you may know, after 12 years on the job, 22 years on the firm and harvey schwartz has become the new cfo at the end of 2013. schwartz considered to take over when ceo lloyd blankfein will step down. he's helped the firm manage through the crisis and he will become a non-independent director of the board. david, i'll toss this straight to you. what does this mean? what is schwartz like? >> i don't know schwartz particularly well, he's well thought of and respected in the company. as the goldman way he's had a senior role in a lot of different parts of that company. they almost always promote with him for this position. this is a position that's been held for quite some time by mr. viniar, i think it was 12 years as company cfo and he's not going to be easy to replace and always communicated very well and clearly certainly with wall street. many of u
tonight. first, let's get to carl cammeron he is live in miami. it sounds like governor romney went on the offensive today. >> well, dueling sound bites and campaigns. romney took the opportunity to counter offensive really going after president obama for his assertion that a government system needs to be designed that could pool resources to better affect the redistribution. romney went at him hard today, as did all republicans with ads and videos and direct mail and radio and tv commercials. watch. >> this idea of redistribution follows from the idea that if you have a business you didn't build it someone else did that the president saying yes he believes in redistribution. i don't. i believe the way to lift people and to help people have higher incomes is not to take from some and give to others. but to create wealth for all of us. well, the romney campaign plans to release ads, videos as i said and around the country trying to add it in congressional and senate races thinking it could be a unifying battle cry for the final six weeks. >> that said some conservatives are is still
to define which is giving us a better glimpse of the future. carl quintanilla, back to you. >> a split between sentiment among consumers and businesses getting really interesting. >> isn't it? that's the way to look at it. >> yeah right? >> that is exactly the way to look at it. that is why retail sales have leld off. auto sales have held off. one group is positive and the other negative. >> what is tonight? >> itt, new name for me. don't know this. come on. obviously going to flesh it out. sometimes i have repeat ceos. this is a first time. >> a rookie. >> he is a rookie from the show. >> 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. >> yeah. >> speaking of rookies eagles giants sunday night. >> on nbc. i will be there cheering. yes. the eagles. although it's obviously a very touchy time for the team. >> okay. you want to make a call? what is the spread? >> i don't know the spread. you know, it's two or two and a half. it was two and a half midday yesterday. dropped to two. i can never say that i think the eagles are going to lose on air. >> that's right. >> so even though i think they are i can't say it. i me
. >> good morning, carl. do you invest in apple or in gold? we're going to talk about the modern day gold rush up 11% but apple is up 72, 73% to date. we're also going to look at lennar that continues to perform. back to you. >> thanks a lot. let's get to six stocks in 60 seconds. we'll start with u.s. steel. citi taking it to a hold? >> this used to be a great stock. you don't have good demand. >> off the pick list at citi as well? >> they raised their price target. give me a break. >> mahaney does it with google. >> you would have thought they would have been dinged by the map. >> demand fears that bowing is overblown? >> the ceo no one seems to care that the fiscal cliff. >> we're going to get earnings this week for accenture. >> i think it's a tail wind. >> and decker, they say stay away. >> okay. we have zillow. letter z. remember, it's a company on fire and people are worried that the quarter wasn't that good. let's find out tonight by david jaffe. >> thank you, jim cramer. >>> when we come back, the iphone 5 sales number is lower than expected but is the street overreacting? we're
on the street" next. >>> good morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee along with carl quintanilla. let's get you started. it looks like another drift lower. keep in mind we saw lower fractions. that's what i mean by drift when i say drift lower. take a look at the action over in europe. stocks continue to move further away from 14-month highs. the concern today that perhaps spain will not, in fact, seek a bailout. so our roadmap this morning starts with yet another warning from fedex, the shipping giant blaming a slow global economy. but is this a macroissue or consumers no longer paying extra for express service. >> apple did it. expectations still high as preorders for the iphone 5 cross 2 million. >> prices on "squawk box" this morning, speaking of which, what was up with oil's mysterious decline yesterday and is it bad for confidence. >> ford is being called the most important model in decades for that company. we're going to be hearing from the ceo alan mulally. fedex states the q1 results are below its own exec sagss saying weak global conditions damped growth. m
with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts d have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than lifelock, and lifelock stands behind that with the power of their $1 million service guarantee. you have s
. sometimes in the editing -- they like to list all of carl reiner's friends that our wedding. tavis: is there a secret to ending a hollywood relationship like yours and rob's and remaining friends afterward? like you can call him with questions when you are writing your book? >> i stay in a relationship way past when it is over, to make sure. i want to make sure it is over. >> he was just going through his thing and i was still working. there is not been any animosity, i would not say. i don't like confrontation. he quit all in the family. but we did not find, really. tavis: what day be the nerve to think that you could move beyond acting to become a great director? >> i did not ask them, they asked me. i did not not on anyone's door. they called me and asked me if i wanted to direct. i said not really. we did not have video hookups, either. my father said it is a strange business. they pay you to learn. so i gave it a shot. and then someone handed me another script, then another one. i wanted to do awakenings. my mother had alzheimer's. i wondered if she could hear. you treat peopl
is fueling a mini surge for the president. chief political correspondent carl cameron breaks down the numbers. >> reporter: with polls showing president obama inching slightly ahead, romney rallied republicans in mansfield, ohio. historically a must-win state for g.o.p. hopeful. >> forward is his campaign slogan. forewarned is a better term. we know that would happen if we were re-elected. we have seen more years of high unemployment. more years of massive deficit. more years of cusp of crisis you are seeing in europe. we're forewarned and that is why we're not going to are elect this man. >> reporter: the president is ahead 50-45 in the buckeye state. the average poll puts obama edge at 2.2. in north carolina, where the national convention ended before last week's discouraging job report. the public policy poll says obama leads by one, virtual tie inside the margin of error. real clear politic average shows romney up nearly two. nationwide, the president has a convention pounce. president leads the tracking poll, outside the survey 2% margin of error. real clear politic average of the recent
and it starts in january. so i'm working with senator mccain and carl levin and handful of us are trying to put a proposal to delay sequestration. >> greta: when the president signed the transparency act in august, he put his name on. he said, you know what, i'm going to provide the information august 6th. it's meaningless to anybody. it's expected. >> i think it's coming friday. >> greta: the point is, it's always after the election. no one keeps his word. >> how about this. you have the house and senate back after five weeks. >> greta: for eight days. >> you have made a good case sequestration is allowed to go forward it will throw the defense industry and military into chaos. >> greta: because no one is doing their job, that is the simple reason? >> john mccain and carl levin and myself are trying to put a proposal together to delay the effects for three months so the new congress in january doesn't have this hanging over their head. >> greta: i realize that. in the meantime, our debt grows, in the meantime, we're paying more interest on our debt. we get deeper into trouble. more everyone pu
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